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Mar 27, 2013 5:00am EDT
for hewlett-packard. it's reported they want to pull the plug on its deal for the sports arena in san jose, california, as you see it there. the hp pavilion hosted ncaa basketball games this past weekend and is home to the san jose sharks, but reports say ceo meg whitman wants out of the 15-year, almost $50 million deal, due to end in 2016. the move is part of hp's re-evaluation of its marketing and sponsorship efforts. s.a.p. is said to be interested in taking over the arena's naming rights. founder and chairman haso plattner is the majority owner of the sharks. i was going to make a shark joke there, but can't quite make it happen. instead, we'll give you some headlines. >>> cyprus readying capital controls as banks get set to reopen tomorrow. the bank of england says uk banks will still need to recapitalize as a result of a 25 billion pound funding shortfall. and "only an insane person would want to govern now." these the words from italy's center-left leader hitting european stocks. and straight ahead, we'll talk debt and deficits on both sides of the atlantic with the latest news from
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